Lifelong Maine News Archive

Lifelong Maine News celebrates the work of Lifelong Communities and partners throughout our great state. We believe that sharing across the network sparks ideas that can be implemented in other communities. So don't be shy! Share with your neighbors.
When you have an update or story you would like to share, send it to livable@maine.edu

Building Livability in New Gloucester's walking group even includes pets!

March 24, Volume 2, Issue 3

Auburn City Councilor Leroy Walker  (L) and Transportation Systems Director Jonathan Labonte and crew audit the Great Falls Plaza.

February 24, Volume 2, Issue 2

Winter Brings Opportunities for Fun on the Blue Hill Peninsula, Deer Isle/Stonington

January 24, Volume 2, Issue 1

Georgetown - Gleaning Table

December 2023, Volume 1, Issue 8

The community garden in Age-Friendly Sullivan brings residents together to plant and to enjoy time with friends and neighbors

Roe O’Toole of the committee and Liz Breault, Abbott Memorial Library, help spread the word about Age-Friendly Dexter

September 2023, Volume 1, Issue 5

The Age-Friendly Eliot Committee builds on Eliot’s strengths to enhance residents’ ability to age in place.

August 2023, Volume 1, Issue 4

Benches installed at the Cross Insurance Center through advocacy by Bangor Livable Communies

July 2023, Volume 1, Issue 3

Bethel AFCI's Adaptive Tool Kit Display is loaned to other age-friendly communities

June 2023, Volume 1, Issue 2

Portland's Age-Friendly Business Designation was the first in Maine. 

May 2023, Volume 1, Issue 1